The Princeton Farmers Market began in 2009 with the idea of bringing healthy, locally produced goods right into the center of Princeton. Taking place downtown on Hinds Plaza for many years, our goal was to build a vibrant community that supports local agriculture, small business, a healthier environment and a more sustainable future. Over the past few years the market was temporarily moved further from town. As we enter our 15th year we are very excited to be going back to Hinds Plaza.
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Open House at 1PM on 5/20. Celebrate the opening of Traces on the Landscape. Learn more about the art on view with the exhibition curator Beth Gollnick. Opening May 20 at Art on Hulfish, Traces on the Landscape features contemporary artists who depict the natural world through experiences of the body, race, gender, and ethnicity. By drawing upon material histories, employing recording technologies both historical and current, and retracing the paths of earlier generations of photographers, these artists redefine our relationships to the landscapes we inhabit.View Complete Calendar
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The centerpiece of this season's Princeton Festival is a new production of Gioachino Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville). The two-act comic opera includes the iconic character of Figaro, a barber turned valet, who assists Count Almaviva in wooing the beautiful Rosina. Rossen Milanov, Edward T. Cone Music Director and artistic head of the Princeton Festival will conduct the opera at the tented performance pavilion on the grounds of beautiful Morven Museum & Garden. In addition to fabulous opera performances, you can look forward to musical theater, dance, recitals, and concerts featuring top artists! Tickets are on sale now!View Complete Calendar
The Eastern Wind Symphony has presented critically-acclaimed performances at Carnegie Hall in New York City, The Kennedy Center in Washington DC, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), and the Trenton War Memorial.View Complete Calendar
Mark your calendars for Art All Night Trenton: Back to Basics. This 24 hour event will feature art, music, and more for the whole family. Live and in person programming will take place at The Trenton War Memorial on Saturday July 8th from 3pm to 12am and begin again on Sunday July 9th from 6am to 3pm.
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Montgomery residents who would like to volunteer to serve on a municipal board, commission or committee are encouraged to apply for position appointments for 2018. Montgomery residents serve on many of the Township's over 30 committees. Most of the appointments are made in the beginning of January but vacancies can open up any time throughout the year. Some of the boards meet regularly once or twice a month while others schedule their meetings as they go. Most but not all meet at night. Some are permanent committees while others are ad hoc, created to tackle a specific issue. Besides full member positions, there are alternate and advisory positions available. Depending on the position, terms can be one, two or three years in length.Read More
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